Australia’s Manufacturing Skills Council is being blasted by the Victoria Automotive Chamber of Commerce for failing to create an autonomous body for skilled automotive training and, as a result, putting the future of the industry under threat. Steve Bracks, former premier of the state of Victoria, says he recommended the move in a review of the federal government's decision to hand over automotive training to the council.. “Without training, this country's skilled automotive industry ...

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